le 30 juin 2012
As always with Harris, well researched and well paced, with the not-so-subtle but welcomed ethical message thrown in.
Like most of the others contemporary-set Harris' novels, one's can't refrain to think that the plot is a - brillant and original - revamping of some past novels from others, unacknowledged authors, and that the last third pages are poorer than the rest and the ending somewhat inconvincing.
The Fear Index begins to feel feeble at half-mast, and slowly goes downhill form there.
A good read for a train or plane journey, not a great Harris halas.